Corneal Ulcer
Most corneal ulcers are caused by infections.
Bacterial infections cause corneal ulcers and are common in people who wear contact lenses.
Viral infections are also possible causes of corneal ulcers. Such viruses include the:
Ocular Herpes
Eye involvement and symptoms

When the eye is afflicted by herpes simplex, it usually affects only one eye and most often occurs on the cornea (the normally clear dome that covers the front part of the eye). This type of corneal infection is called
Blepharo means "eyelid". Spasm means "uncontrolled muscle contraction".
Blepharospasm is an abnormal, involuntary blinking or spasm of the eyelids and is usually a life-long condition.
It is a fairly rare disease, affecting only one in every 20,000 people with average age: 45-70. It affects women more than men and tends to occur within families.
Alport syndrome
Alport syndrome is a genetic condition characterized by kidney disease, hearing loss, eye abnormalities and are more severe in males with Alport syndrome than in affected females, because the gene that usually causes it, is on the X chromosome. Women have two X chromosomes (XX),  so they usually have a normal copy as well as an abnormal copy of the gene.
Wilson disease
Wilson's disease is an autosomal recessive genetic disorder in which copper accumulates in tissues. The main sites of copper accumulation are the liver and the brain.

The condition is due to mutations in the Wilson disease protein (ATP7B) gene.
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